Brett Owler Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K – Winter

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Challenging course

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Tickets £20–£33

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Returning again this year is the Brett Owler Marathon, which also includes a half marathon and 10K. The event is open to runners of all abilities and suitable for new runners who would like to have a go. You can also run for a charity of your choice.

Review summary

4.5
9 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Stuart R
"This is a tough course! Not huge hills but "undulating" from about 2 miles..."

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Filiz S
"I found the race great. Very challenging through the mud but I still had a..."

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Mike B
"A superb emotional experience! Thank You.I have only been running for 5 months..."
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How to enter the Brett Owler Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K – Winter

  1. Marathon

    Run 26.2mi
    £31–£33
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  2. Half Marathon

    Run 13.1mi
    £25–£27
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  3. 10K

    Run 10km
    £20–£22
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Brett Owler Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K – Winter routes

This is a multi-terrain run with many different running surfaces, including athletics track, grass, country fields and tarmac road in places. There is uneven ground for some of the run.

The two-lap course is set in the great surroundings of Conningbrook Lakes Country Park and takes in the quiet roads of Brook. With the start and finish at the Julie Rose Stadium, this event will have the whole family supporting.

What’s Included

Event entry
Start and finish in Julie Rose Stadium
On-course aid stations supplied by Project E2
Bespoke finisher's medal
Goodie bag
Chip timing
Live results
Post-event nutrition and athlete area
Special offers from our partners

Other facilities available for competitors are changing areas, showers, on-site cafe and free parking.

Raceday Logistics
SCHEDULE:

Registration: 7.30-9.30am

Marathon start: 9am

Half Marathon start: 9.30am

10K start: 9.45am
Volunteers

Marshals are an integral part of an event and if you would like to be part of our award-winning team, then please contact Liz at [email protected]

Our team of marshals help out at event after event but if you want to just help once then please come along. A little help goes a long way. We will provide you with a free crew t-shirt plus free goodies and refreshments for your help. Plus free or reduced entry into one of our events.

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Brett Owler Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K – Winter weather forecast

Possible drizzle in the morning.

10°C
Predicted highs
6°C
Predicted lows
IconModerate breeze possible, up to 13mph

Brett Owler Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K – Winter reviews (9)

4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

Reasons people recommend this event

Challenging course

Well organized

  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    This is a tough course! Not huge hills but "undulating" from about 2 miles until 11. The toughest bit is that the terrain is muddy grass, country lanes and muddy bridle paths. Don't let that put you off though! A hard choice is the running shoes - First time I wore road shoes and struggled in the mud, this year I wore trail shoes and smashed my legs on the lanes! However, this is my favourite race and will be back again next year! As it's quite a small field, there will be time you are running on your own, but a good opportunity to make new running friends.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    I found the race great. Very challenging through the mud but I still had a great experience. A few marshals were too quiet and some points we needed more cheers and support to keep us going through the course. Drink stations were amazing and so well organised. Overall a very good event.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    A superb emotional experience! Thank You.I have only been running for 5 months and built up to 13.1 miles a few weeks back albeit on pancake flat roads. As this event was very local to me I signed up. Didn't know what to expect, I suppose my biggest fear was getting lost, but the every junction was signposted and had a marshal. The terrain did take me by surprise, a lot more mud than I was expecting and there was a killer hill at the half way point.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    VERY muddy around the lake at the start/finish, also in the wooded areas. Good mixture of footpath and quiet road terrain. Loved it!
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    Really enjoyable. Well organised. Loved the pit stops and choice of beverages and jelly babies ! Only complaint was no toilet en route. Had to grin and bear it 5 miles before the finish! Would have been good to advise on what shoes to wear. My road ones got caked in mud.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    okay Hills were challenging , but like a challenge
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    The organisation was great the races started on time and live results as you crossed was a good touch. The course was tough as a first half marathon but good mix of off and on road as well as a couple of steep hills to tire the legs. The rain before the event made the off road sections slippery. I will be doing the race again next year
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    This was my first ever 1/2 marathon, it was wet muddy hilly and cold and loved every minute the organisation was great the drinks stations well placed and well stocked even though I was one of the slowest only disappointing was the lack of people at the finish but as said it was very cold great medal